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INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – For more than two decades, Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez has held public office. From vice-president of Shonto Chapter to a Navajo county supervisor and finally as president of what he called the largest Indigenous nation in the country. Although he was voted out of his latter position in November, Nez continues to move forward, finishing the final weeks of his presidential term with focus. “I’m still the president and I’m going to finish out some of the priorities that we have, that we didn’t get to, until January 10,” Nez told ICT.

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